Jeff Brameier has been a stand out coach on the high school sports scene in Fairfield County for decades and is a nationally recognized lacrosse coach.
Brameier was born and raised in Darien, Connecticut and attended UConn. Upon graduating Brameier returned home to the Darien School District as a PE teacher starting in Junior High School. After a number of years, Brameier moved on to Darien High School where he coached Football, Swimming and Lacrosse. Brameier achieved success winning State Championships in each sport multiple times.
In 1984 Brameier began coaching the Darien High School boys varsity lacrosse team and found his passion. During the course of his 35 years running that team, Brameier became the most winning lacrosse coach in Connecticut State history with a win-loss record of 572-132 (.813), winning 16 FCIAC League Championships and 13 State Championships.
Brameier has coached 85 high school All-Americans, 165 high school All-State players, 13 CT Players of the Year and has received the honor of Connecticut Lacrosse Coach of the Year five times. Brameier was the founder of one of the first lacrosse club programs in CT - the CT Charger Lacrosse Club - and was the COO of the National 175 Showcase Company for the past four years.
Brameier oversees all Field House business and operations including coaching and overseeing the lacrosse program. Brameier will design and run lacrosse programs for preschoolers through high school.